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Your Next Drink Could Be Made By a Robot

Robotics and automation are seen across almost every industry, and the people-centric industry of hospitality is no exception. 80% of restaurants are understaffed and restaurant turnover rates are around 75%, which is equivalent to $95 billion annually for the foodservice industry. For these reasons and many more, operators are looking to automation to help relieve the pressure created by the current labor market.


More and more, robots are being integrated into the kitchen and restaurant workflows, whether it’s assisting with burger prep and flipping patties, automating kitchen operations or taking your order. This isn’t to say that robots are replacing humans, but rather filling the gaps of the shrinking labor pool of hospitality workers and reallocating human resources to more meaningful, face-to-face tasks at front-of-house.

Digitalizing Drinks


Our DrinkBot holds this same purpose in mind: to automate beverages-making processes to eliminate repetitive tasks of employees and reprioritize their focus to customer-facing needs. Our product boosts operational efficiency, minimizes waste with concise and exact portioning each time and improves productivity. Customers reap the benefits of quicker service which results in greater customer satisfaction, and trusting that they’ll get the same drink every time with the same order.


Looking Ahead


The rise of restaurant robotics is not just a fleeting trend; it's a glimpse into the future of dining. As technology continues to advance, we can expect even more innovative applications of robotics in restaurants… and the possibilities are truly endless. In this dynamic landscape, embracing technology doesn't mean sacrificing tradition. Rather, it's about harnessing the power of robotics to elevate the dining experience, creating a harmonious blend of culinary excellence, efficiency, and human warmth. As we savor the flavors of the present, let us also toast to the exciting, robotic-enhanced future of the restaurant industry.



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